It is generally believed that the theme park originated in Holland and later flourished in the United States. A couple of Madura families in the Netherlands built a park that was a miniature of 120 of the Dutch sights in memory of the only begotten son who died in World War II. The park pioneered the world's miniature scenic spots. 1952, the opening of a sensation in Europe, became the originator of the theme park.
Walt opened the world's first modern mega theme park, the Disneyland, in California on July 17, 1955. Disneyland combines the Disney movie scene and animation skills with mechanical equipment to keep the theme running through the various game projects. As a result of the unprecedented experience for visitors, the results are popular in the United States, and then spread around the world.